We inspire engineers at all levels about the principles and potential of ethical, environmentally sound and culturally sensitive engineering.
The Pakistan’s future prosperity requires the development of a more diverse economic base. The Pakistan must create more successful high-added value businesses and industries to manufacture, build and maintain the wealth creating products, infrastructure and services of the future. These innovative enterprises will build on our national strengths in science and technology, address grand challenges, boost GDP and underpin social progress at all levels.
The like minded engineering professionals have formed a Panel to contest the Election as Syed Abdul Qadir Shah Panel with the slogan of “Engineering the future.” The objective is to strengthen our engagement with policymakers and support a thriving economy based on wealth creation and prosperity through engineering innovation and establishing the worth of Engineers in the country.
SAQS Panel is committed to transparency in PEC elections. It believes in representation from all sectors of Engineering and functional autonomy based on the spirit and fundamental principles of democracy as envisaged in the 1973 Constitution.
This briefing provides an engineering perspective on the major issues currently facing the Pakistan and highlights few policy priorities for Syed Abdul Qadir Shah Panel to address.
During its last tenure The SAQS Panel council continually works to increase recognition of our engineering professionals. We as PEC acquire an active membership of the international organizations and agreements/ MoUs. This enables us to represent the interests of Pakistani engineers and exert strong influence internationally, which benefits individuals, businesses and the Pakistani system of engineering education.
That society continues to have confidence and trust in the engineering profession
To inculcate internationally recognized standards of competence and commitment for the engineering profession, and to license competent institutions to champion the standards.